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THE WACO NEWS, TUESDAY MAY 10 1892
6 ANNOUNCEMENTS. Comity OIIIcitn. roit coutty juihik. Tur. Nkwo Is Rot'iorlzc 1 1 anuotince Hint W It.. Tonkins Is 11 c in llilmo for re olectlou to theolUcootcointyJiilieof MatiMinin oon ity nbjectt the ictloi ortlu Dbm -itlo party, ron cour.TV attounky. WcntcBiith rlzeil to nnnoiinco Cap.. T. A. Blali n, ft lnt.cllili.te for coiuty attorney of Mo Letinnn ooutity, tmujeot to tlio action of the Democratic parly. Mr S A Ilognn authorizes us to annotmeo that he Is n o-nullilatc for county attorney of McLennan conntv, subject to the action or the Don: ocratic party, Thk New Is authorized to announce that JutlKe 1 II. Hanly Is a eanillilato for county attorney or Mct-u-nan romity, subject to the ncllou of the Democratic party. The Xkw Is aulhorie I to announce i.uil Williams as ii cfi-liltd for election to the ofllce olCounty Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. i ron TAX COLLKUTOH. THE Nkws I nuthorUed to annonnce T. J ITimm a a camllilato for tax collector for McLennan county, subject to the-action of the Democratic party. Wo aro authorized to announco Mr. J. U Jnrnoy as caniildato for the otUce or i ounty Tri Oollector. subject to the action of the Dem ocrat!, of McLennan county. TiikNewsIs authorized to announco Mr. K. D. ltusscll n ncml di'o for tax collector of Mctennim county, subject to the action ortbo Democratic party, Wo are authorized to nnnomico that Luke Moore Is a candlduo for tax collector of i'u Lentisn county, subject to the action of the Democratic party -.. " COUNTY ASESS01t. TheNewsIs authorl'.ed t nnnonnee F. P. Madden as a candidate for coauty .isseor, sub ject to the action orthu Ucmocnttlo party. The KWh Is authorized, to Hnnounce that Pink H.roirue is a candidate ro- re-elo:tlon to theotllcoortounty tax assessor, subject to the sctlon or the Democ atic party I'orMiorlff. Wo are authorized to announce .)oo F. Ellison as a candidate for sheriff at the ensuing elec tion, subject to the action of tho Democratic party. AV. L. Burke Is a cand'date for sheriff of Mc Lennan couuty, subject to the action of the Democratlcparty. Dan Ford Is a candidate rr re-election to the office of sheriff ef McLennan count) , subject to the nctlon of the Democrats party. AVe aro umbo ized to announce J. I. Naylor of Moody as a candidate for sher ff. snbject to tho action of the Democratic party of McLennan county. 1 m 1 FOU DIS111UCT CLEHK. AVe are authorized to announce thit Mr. Z. F Ileasley is acini Idftte for re-eloetion to the ofllce of ditrict clerk of McLennan county, tublecttot e action of tho Democratic party, The News Is authorized to annonnce Ed Sparks as a candidate for district clerk, subject to the action of the Deraocrailo party. Tub News 19 authorized to announce Dr. Y. W. Burger as acandldato for the olllce or dis trict c erk. subject to the action of the Demo cratic party. ron county clewc. Tire News Is authorized to announce that T. II.Kl'liiigeworthls a candidiite for county clerk of McLennan county, snbject to the ac tion of the Demjcratlc party. The News Is authorized to annonnce that Tom II. Blown Is a candidate for county clerk of McLennan county, subject to the action of the;Demoeratlc party. AVe are authorized to announce JnoF. Mar shall as a dandidate for the cilice of county clerk, subject to the action of tbcDemooatlc party. I'Tue News Is authorized toaunnunceJ AV. Frost. is acand'U'te for county clerk at the eceulng election, subject to the nct'on of the Democratic party. The evs Is authorta-el to announce Gcorgo T. Keebie as a candidate for county clerk of McLennan county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. COUNTY SUrKMNTE.NDENT. we pre authorized 10 nnnoiiuee flint Prof. J. li.Lobjers is ut'Micildate for re election to the officer Ccnnty Suptilnimdent ofl'ubllc In struction of McLem an county, subject to the action or the Demooaitc patty. roit TREASURER. We are authorized to announce that Robert 8, Hoes Is a candidate for re-election to the otficeof treasurer of McLennan county, i abject to tho action ol the Democratic paity. ron oou.ntt t uiiveyob. We are autbortied tosnnoimce Mr. Androw Goddardas candidate for reelection to the ofllce of county surveyor, subject to the action of the Democratic Party. 7011 JUhTICK OF THE rCACE. We aie authorized to announce that J. N. Gallauhcrls a 01 dldate lor te election to the 1 illce of Justice of ihe Peace Precinct No. 1, J'.cI.idi ancounly, subject to tho action of the Democratic paity. We are authorized to aunoancc J. T. Ilarrl trnn as a candidate for re-election to the office of Justice of tho Peace Precinct No 1 McLen nan connty. subject to the action of the Dem ocratlcparty . roit CO.NBTA11LK. The News is authorized to announce Iee Cook as a candiduto ror re-election to the office or constable or 1 rcclnct No 1 McLennan coun ty , subject to the action of tho Democratic pal ty. Mr. J-tne II Lockwood authorizes ub to announce lilm as a candidate tor constitute or precinct No. 1 McLennau county, subject to the action of the Democracy. A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man Aro you Bilious, CouBtlpatodand troubled AA'lth Jiuird'rt SickHead nohe, Bad Taste In Mouth, Plln Breath, Coated Tongue, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Hot Dry Skin, Pain in Back and between tho Shoulders, Chills and .Keyor, &o. If you have any of these symptoms, your Lilvor Is out of order your blood is p lowly bemjr poisoned, bocauso your Liver doos not aot properly. Hkuhine will cure any disorder ol tho Liver,8tom acli orBowols. It lias no equal as a Liver Medicine. Price 75 conts. Free sample bottle at j1. C. Risber'B Drue Store. Tho best restaurant in town, Joe Lehman's, No. 117 South Fourth strcot. tas lira TKliL M -AV WtTUHNING FKOM VIIK HUNT. TKHIS MAN has been hunting with one of H. li. Amiiold s fine guns sure shot. Fine guns for sale or for hire. H. E. AMBOLD, 419 Austin Street. Removal. After today, April G, '92, the City Fish nmket will bo at 001 Franklin street, tho Corner Market. Come and try mo. For cash I can supply you with tho largest varioty in town. Come and getniy cash prices, I can interest you. Yours respectfully. J. C. Stafford, Corner Market. Hundreds of fathers who are noa buying niedicino for their babies the Old Corner drug store, themselves took niedicino bought for them at the same old corner by their fathers when they were children. Things come and go but tho Old Corner drug store re mains forever. A Groat Fall. Fibre water buokets 45 cts. Cedar water buckets 35 cts. Fibro wash tubs $1 15. Window bhades spring rollers 25c. Extra heavy largo tovels 10 cents. 10 cent bird seed for 5 cts. Fibre wash pans 25 eta. Large drip coffee pots 50 ots. Copper bottom coffee boilers aOo. Silver and gold paper sheet 5 cts. Flowered china spittoons 50c. Extra good glue, stick anything 1 12 dozen sohool crayons 10 ots. Extra heaA'y ladiss rubber combs, 25 12 lubber tip. load penoils l()o. Six dollar volicepedes for $4.00. Seven dollar trioiclo for $5.00. Cummins 5 and 10 cent Store. 703 Austin Avenue. Specimen Cases. S. H. Clifford, New Cassol, Wis , was troubled with Neuralgia and Rheumatism, his stomaoh was disor dered, his liver was affooted to an alarming degree, appetite fell awy, and he was terribly reduced in flesh and strength. Three bottles of Elec tric Bitters cured him. Edward Shepherd, liarrisburg, 111., had a running sore on his leg of eight years' standing. Used threo bott.es of Electric BittorB and seven boxes of Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg is sound and well. John Speaker. Catawba, O., had five largo fever sores on his leg, dootor said ho was incurable. Onebottlo of Electrio Bitters and one box Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him entirely. Sold by Y. B. Morrison & Co.'b drug store. Change of Progra-n me. "T In tho future the pool at the Nat alorium will bo open lor the public ex oept Saturday morning g to 12 o'clock, then it will be reserve for ladies and ohildren only. Lots in Farwell Heights where property will ad- vanco 500 per cent in fivo years, by Kellum & Lawson, the leading real ostuo dealers, 113 South Fourth street. Shooting Gallery. South side square Fine guns and best ammunition. Rare sport. All the crack shots frequent it. Open day and night. Polite attention. Iluol.lea'B .armed balvu. Tho best salvo in theAvorldor onts bruises, soreB, uloors, salt rhouui, fe ver sores, tetter, ohuppod hands, chil blalns, corns ui all skin eruptions snd positively "ea piles, or no pay requlrod. It is ouaranteod to give satlsfaotioii or uio..&y refunded. Price 25 coats a box. Ft,r salo by W. B Morrison &V0, Sh ) 15 ing gallery, south sido square Norris & Brother. Open day and night. e r.lM7'J H A'fXS -. S, 1 ' 10: Oi GIDDIK REASONS WHY. Till: UUILMIAM VIWTIJS.tl.lIN 'rr.i.i.s ins oit.ii:("i'ios 'vo :oYi:icoit not;;. ,. -B) HIT .-lljip't" l" W aaa.ka. 'aaa-a. For (iovoriinr-.lou' llnslillly lo j Capital fun not ttu C01.1l01.1ul ror tlioMil.u of Ii-rkitiial Amliltloii ma . -.'. I... 4. a. at...... a l.a.l.m lllltvll lillENMIAM, Trx. April 5f, 1H02. R. It. I'atrott, Ki. Wid, Texas: Deak Slit l'onr favor asking mo to give my reasons lor supporting Judge Clark nr.d elective commission in tho present caiupHign, tuts been re ceived. '1 he limit is too small to more than touch on a few reasous, 1. There h u woh grounded belief I not only in this stato but oxtoudiug I far beyond it, that tho present admin- istration i. lins-tle to capital. Whether this be true or l.tlse, this belief exists and its harmi'ti1 effect is tho saino in retarding immigration mid lnvestmont ' in drawing from us friendly capital j that is so essential to tho dovelop- hinnl nt t H a . n ., a...rn. a a.am I" . 1. a uiuui vi lui: a-ii. icauuitcD ui .lit; country and in preventing our people from borrowing their monoy where it can be had cheaper and upon the only security wo have to offer. That tho effeot of tho policy of Hogg's administration haB been to drive capital out and clog the wheol ol progress no candid man can deny. It this be true tho best interests of the pooplorequiro that ho should be retired, and sumo ono put in his place against whom these serious charges do not lie. It will not do to sacrifice the best interests of all tho people lo grat ify tho porsonal ambition of any man, or to yindicato him even from slander Tho re election of Hogg in tho faco ol prejudice against him, and tho fear to mako investments caused by his courso, and resul.iug from his policy would necessarily bo considered by people outside the state as an endorsement and approval of his policy of barring out capital and discouraging invest ment. 2. I am. ana for a number of years, havo been in favor of a railroad com mission and believe the methods of railroad manauers havo made itneces oary to oall into exercise tho right to regulate and control them and all other corporations oreated by the peo ple. But the commiEsion itself should be regulated by law and should bo chosen by tho people and be rosponsi- Die airectly to thorn. iNo three mon should havo the power to stop tho building of said roads or grant immu nity or privileges to ono looality or ra:lroad, as appears to havo been dene dy tho present commission in tho case of the Wichita railroad by which it ap pears as an inducement to bind tho road the commissioners build them selves and so far as they oan their fuccessors not to exercise their right to control that road for a period of three yoars. What right have tho peoploor that line of road to privileges not allowed ail others. 1 believe in administering tho gov ernment in all its branches, in ac cordance with Democratic principles, meting out even and exact justioe to all, with special privileges to nono. 3. I shall support Clark as against Hogg because I beliovo him to bo a better Democrat, and that if elected he will administer the govornmont moro in acoord with Democratio prin oiples,-and beoauBe I believe his elec tion will restoro confidence both at homo and abroad now so badly shaken by tho mal-administration of Hogg. D. C. GlDDINdfe. Attention! To the Boll AVater Cousuniere: I desire to oall tho attention of con sumers of tho Ball Water company in tho wasting of water in water closets anu wash Dasins; also flowing of hy- arants an nignt. i desiro to say to our customers that this waste of water must ho stopped, or otherwise we will havo to cut sorao off. Inspector will visit all consumers from now on, and samo will bo reported to companv. Respectfully, A. M. Pkescott, Superintendent The Bell Water Co. Removal Notice. We will occupy stable on Austin Avenue, 604 and 606, after May 1st. The finest turnouts in the city. The best attention given boarding horses. Very truly. Winferv & Him.. Dr. Goo. P. Mann, demist. Fall sft of upper or lower teeth, 512.50. Joe Lohman'b for ioo cream and aonfeationorios 117 South Fourth street. MCGREGOR CONVENTION. Endorses Gorald for Congross nd Hoirgr for Governor. JIKiuEoo... May !) The city convention of McGregor met Saturday night to fleet dolcgatos to the county convention which send" delegates to Lampasas and the con gressiontl convention at Cameron Pli2 convention indorsed .ludg" Gerald fir congrosa. Hill was in dorsed for presidiuil, and tho folio .v ing resolution was indorsed, Vhenn, There i an organized effort on the ,i.irt of monopoly to dis lodgo the pr soat administration and to de'eat the intent and purpos-es of the railroad o nuuiismon ratified by tbo people's vote two yoars ago. Therefore, He it resolved that wo as voters of McGregor in nms meet ing assembled do most heartily indotse the administration of the Uon. Jas S. Hogg, Governor of Texas-and will i U3U Call ll'lalUa 'alHU IIILQUn 111 1119 1U' election and lend every assistance in tho fastening of said lailroad com mission." x "OMUI'IT m Taken in time, eAeu Consumption yields to tho wonderful effects of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. It Avon't mako hoav lungs but it Avill make diseased ones healthy Avhcn nothing else will. There's reason for it, too. Consumption is Lung scrofula. For every form of scrof ula, and all blood-taints, the "Dis covery " is a positivo cure. It's tho most potent strength - restorer, blood - cleanser, and flesh - builder known to medical science. For Weak Lungs, Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and all lingering Coughs, it's an une qualed remedy. It's a guaranteed one. If it doesn't benefit or cure, you have your money back. You've everything to gain from it nothing to lose. It's especially potent in curing Tetter, Salt-rheum, Eczema, Erysip elas, Boils, Carbuncles, Sore Eyes, Goitre, or Thick Neck, and Enlarged Giands, Tumors and Swellings. Great Eating Ulcers rapidly heal under its benign influence. SCkstStt The Photo- hi- grapner, is kept bus all day turning out fine work. Straws shoAv Avhich Avay the wind blows. 701 and 703 Austin avenue Diamonds, -vatches, jewelry, sih'er waro and bric-a-brao, all going at a great sacrifico at tho groat bankrupt stook of D. Domnon & Bro.; Brown & Co., auctioneers. Buggies iol Buggies at the west prioss ever known at Tom Padgitt's. When you Avant nico fresh meat mutton, beef pork and purer lard at 10 cents per pound, go to Mellor & Delaney 125 South Third etroct. Sloopor, Chifton & Co., Ladies ooze Oxfords 2.50, $i and U. Notice. On and after May 15 all dogs not wearing collars hearing the tag show ing that tho license has been paid will be dealt with as tho law requires. Alp C. Neil, Uty Marshal. Dr. Gunn's Onion Syrup. This remedy is a sure ouro for all diseases of the Throat and Lungs, caused by taking cold. It will stop a oough in ono night, no mattor how severe. It is just what its name implies; an onion -syrup, compounded in suoh manner as to do away with tho uu. pleasant tasto and odor of tho vegita ble. When in need of a oure for a oough or cold, trv it. Prtnn fin nn.a ci.j by W. B. Morrison & Co. -5? s mm .MM? alC WHY IS THE W L. DOUGLAS S3 SHOE cenSPeVn THE BEST SHOE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEP It Ih 11 FcamlcBS shoe, Ith no lucUior wnx tlirrn. to hurt tho feeti ninla i( the heal lino I'nlr, et)llli nrnl caiy, niul btvtiHso iti tnnke mom nhoca vf this artulethananu thcr mnnvflietmer. It equals hauj. H'n.'iipliiH'icostliiK from $ l.uo to $" W. CC (10 Ccniiluc llnml-upwril, tho tlnot calf J-a- shoo cut olTtTi'tl fop $(iu; cqutiU a-rcucli lniinrtPil slioei which cost from $S.lnto JlJn). C1 OO lliiml-Mi'Ui'il .Well Mine, lino calf, 6t lliti, I'lim.ormhlti niul durable. TIioImi Fhoo vvcr olUTot! at tlm lirlci' ; Kimr Rrado ad en, torn m.Klrphnrtrnstlni, from fo.uo to$J.U. EQ ,'iO lnlri H1111-1 l'nriiior-i, HallroaJ JIfn -4J J nml l.i'tti'rl'nrrli'rsnll wiirtlicm; lluocilf ccaiiilt'M.tiuoitli linlclc, lirnvy tluco Bolos, vxuu plon I'Utri.. Duo pair 111 wear uyoar. RO 30 Hill' rall'i noln'tlrrsliiioevorolTcrrilttt mOmim tills irK-m ono trial will comluco tbosj who want aflioo roroninrort nml ncrvlco. CO !i5 nml S'2.00 Wiiihlnuiiiiin'M bIiooi ,w-"i, nro cty MroiiR niul ilurablo. Ibcnn Hhj lmvo given thorn n. trial will wear no other make. Dnvc) S-.IIO nml M.T.'i Rchool plioei nra fBDJj O worn hyilio liu)iiccryuliprct Uieyscll on their merits, n tho IncrcanliiK sales show. H 0H1OC Sll.llll Ilmiil-hPttril Minp. best IUCII4 1 CO DntiKola, very8tllsh: equals Irench linporteil chora rostliiR from $l.ui to gti.ui. . Imiliri' J..'SU, S.-J.IIO anil S1.7.-J phoo ror Missesnro tho heat IlnoDotiisol.i. htyllshau J durable Cnutlon. S2P that W. L. DoukI.th' naiuu aai price aro sl.im.ic.1 ou tho bottom or each shoe. fir TAKE NO SI'!IVnTI!TE.iil ..Tnslftlon loeal ndvi'rtlMl fiealcrs fiiipplitntr vnn V. I.. 1IOU1JI.A&, Urochtou.fliiiss. Solilj J. Hansel Wood Shoo and Clothing Company. Elegant Photographs. Having recently purchased the larg est as well as the finest photographic lens in the state, am able to make negatives, 1 73.20, as a likeness, truth ful as the embodiment of nature, ar tistic in hchtinc and cracelul.in nose: a beauty and a joy forever Call on . u jacKson, me 01a rename nhotocranher. and see snecimens. Spend an hour if not a dime. A large assortment ol mouldings and names 112 North Fifth street. Drs. Wilkes & Wilkes and Dr. T. R. Forrell havo fitted up a suito of rooms in tho new Provident building, second floor, where they may be found in future Telephone at offioe and residences. Slates at Old Cornor Drug otore. A man who buys for cash and in big quantities can givo insido figures in selling. Tom Padgitt is Fuch a man and if you need anything in tho shape of a buggy, phaeton, carriage, cart or any othor vehiolo, look ovor his im mense stock and learn his pricos and jou will certainly buy. Everybody goes to Joo Lonman'i when they want a good meal, or iie oroam. New Branch Started. Waco Steam laundry has opened a Branch office at Moses cigar btand 110 bouth rourth streot, Bankers' row, All orders lott will be promptly at tended to. Will Not Turn Loose. Tho Royal barber shop is, still striotly in it so far as the most expert artists, tho sharpest razors and the best cosmetics are concerned, and tho fad that no Texan, whether for Clark or Hogg, will ever be turned looso after taking a seat in one of the comfortable chairs of this establishment till he ii tenderly and closely shaven, to his en tiro satisfaction, can be vou.hed foi by its many patrons. Extras for Buggies. Carriago and buggy tops, carriage and buggy wheols, buggy bodios, ousb' ions, 'azy baoks, springs, 5th wheels, shaft shackles, prop nuts, prop joints, oots, storm aprons, shaft tips single t 'ecs, shafts in pairs or odd, poles, breast yokcs,polo cir'cles, dashes. daBh rait?, seat handlefl. eto , cart wheels and springs, at T. P. Sparks & Son's. FALL & PUCKETT Funeral Directors No. 423 Franklin Street. SKILLFUL -.--EMBALMERS 0 lc r is c 12 ?.